These photos are virtually identical, except for a slight variance in the camera angle. The cut, as previously stated, has layering confined to the lower quarter of the length of the hair and is styled to create
smoothness and clean lines. The layered ends reduce the bulk of the hair sufficiently that the ends can be curved under to give the look a rounded sensibility.
The mid-length hair is parted on the right side with an angled
line from the crown, and the fringe is cut using a curved and heavily textured finish, enabling the ends to be swept together and formed into a smooth, clean edge. The look is youthful, and neat, and perfect for a
professional setting, or for when you just want to emphasize a feeling of demureness.
Collection:Pure White Artistic Director: Cathy Monnier for Saint Algue Make-up: Luc Drouen Photography: Gilles-Marie Zimmermann Styling: Alexandra Tesson